Charles E. Barber
90% Silver, 10% Copper
The 1907-S Dime has the smallest mintage of any of the 1907 Dimes, The 1907-S tracks the 1907-D fairly closely in terms of populations and values, and both are considered scarce in Mint State. Several dozen Mint State 1907-S Dimes exist, mostly in the grades of MS63 and MS64. Gems are very rare, but there are actually more MS66's in existence than MS65's. None have been seen above MS66.
The strike quality on the 1907-S Dime is sometimes soft, particularly on Liberty's mouth and on some of the lower leaves on the wreath. On the reverse, the lettering appears soft and rounded.